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May 18, 2024 11 mins

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Speaker 1 (00:00):
I am all in.

Speaker 2 (00:08):
Let's kiss you.

Speaker 3 (00:16):
I am all in with Scott Patterson an iHeartRadio podcast.

Speaker 4 (00:21):
Hey everybody, Scott Patterson, I am all in Podcast, one
of them productions, iHeartRadio, I Heart Media, I Heeart Podcast.
I'm joined by my Indrappid crew Susan French, Daniel, Roma,
Tara will be sorry, Tara, Tara, keep getting Tara will
be joining us. Amy is stuck in traffic, but she'll

be here soon. But she'll be here soon. This is
season seven, episode eight, introducing Lorelei Planetarium.

Speaker 5 (00:50):
Before we get to our first pop culture. Yes, we're
gonna take a quick break, and then when we come back,
we're gonna dive right into this episode's pop culture.

Speaker 4 (00:59):
I'm excited, Hi everybody, and we're back. Suzanne French is
gonna lead off the top of the first inn and
go all right.

Speaker 2 (01:09):
Christopher is eager to start decorating around the house as
he and Laurlai just got married in Paris. Christopher says,
you know what else might work. One of those electronic fish.
What do they call it, the big mouth billy bass fish.
You know what they are? Right when somebody walks by,
they flap their mouths and sing songs like don't Worry,
Be Happy and take Me to the River. Laura says,
you're kidding. Christopher says, I'm totally kidding, except for the

flat screen. We need a flat screen. Laura I says no,
I'd rather have the big mouth billy bass fish. Christopher says,
what's wrong with the flat screen? Laura Lai says, it's
so Meet George Jetson his boy Elroy Leroy Billy big
mouth billy bass is an animatronic.

Speaker 5 (01:46):
That's five times fast.

Speaker 4 (01:48):
Yeah, big mouth, billyish, big mouth, billy bass fish, big
mouth billy fish, big mouth. It's hard, big mouth billy
bass fish, big mouth billy fish, big mouth, MILLI screwed
it up, Milli mass fish.

Speaker 2 (02:06):
So what Scotch has said is an animatronic singing prop
representing a large mouth bath that was popular in the
early two thousands. And I also have to point out
this is the second time we've come across this, because
there was an episode where Luke talks about having one
and he was afraid that TJ was going to steal
it and the batteries. Don't Worry, Be Happy is a

song by Bobby McFerrin. Take Me to the River is
a song by Al Green. The Jetsons is an animated
sitcom created in the nineteen sixties. Meet George Jetson His
Boy Elroy comes from the theme song of the show. And
did you know that there is an alternative rock band
from Seattle that named themselves his Boy Elroy? After the Jetsons.

Speaker 5 (02:48):
Who can I do this next one?

Speaker 4 (02:50):
You certainly may, okay?

Speaker 5 (02:51):
So this next one, Rory arrives at Logan's launch party
and walks by some girls gossiping, and one of the
guests says, and she showed me her ring this year
huge canary diamond looked like something Paris Hilton would wear.
Paris Hilton is the great granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the
founder of Hilton Hotels. She's also a reality star. A
lot of you may have seen The Simple Life back

in the day. Some may argue she was the first
reality TV star, and she owns her own brand, Empire
with tons of perfumes and all a bunch of stuff.
In two thousand and five, Paris Hilton got engaged to
Paris Lattice with a massive twenty four carrot canary diamond
ring that was valued at four point seven million dollars.

I think everyone remembers that ring. Did you know Paris
Hilton just announced the birth of her second baby via surrogate,
named London. So now she has a baby named London
and Phoenix. And the reason why I know so much
about Paris Hilton is our team works on her podcast too,
So dada to I am Paris.

Speaker 4 (03:54):
After sitting through a coworker of Logan's man splaying his
trip to Tortol, Rory hopes they never go there. Rory,
can we please never go to Tortola?

Speaker 1 (04:04):
Where is Tortola?

Speaker 4 (04:05):
By the way, is that a real island? It's a
real Tola. Sounds like a made up movie.

Speaker 5 (04:14):
Island, like a British version islands.

Speaker 4 (04:17):
Oh, Danielle, you're right, am I right?

Speaker 3 (04:20):
British Virgin Islands.

Speaker 4 (04:21):
Wow, my goodness, Logan, I don't even want to meet
John Chatruro or Tortolini. John Taturo is an actor and filmmaker,
and is known for frequently working with the Cohen Brothers,
Adam Sandler, and Spike Lee, not necessarily in that order
or not altogether. Did you know Spike Lee noticed and

liked John Taturo's performance in the film Five Corners John
played a psycho stalking Jody Foster's character. Actually, everybody knew
look in the late eighties when I was doing theater
in New York, every day nobody knew about John Jaturo.

He was I think he was coming out of Yale
rep and he was doing some off Broadway productions that
everybody would go see. I think there was one he
was in with John Panco and Lauris and Jacomo called
Italian American Reconciliation. It was just thrilling to watch those
three and Taturo especially just a very very very special,

very gifted actor.

Speaker 3 (05:36):
Logan continues to argue with Rory about the article she wrote.
Logan says, where do you get off acting all morally superior?
Rory says, that is not what I intended to say
at all. Logan says, you clearly think you are why
because you read Iron Weed, because you saw Norma Ray.
Iron Weed is a nineteen eighty three novel by William

Kennedy which takes place during the Great Depression. Norma Ray
is a nineteen seventy nine drama that is based on
Krystalie Sutton as she tries to unionize her workplace and.

Speaker 4 (06:08):
Did you Know.

Speaker 3 (06:09):
Sally Field portrayed Norma Ray, which earned her an Oscar
for Best Actress. Additionally, the film received a Standing Ovation
at the Cannes Film Festival.

Speaker 4 (06:19):
This is when she said when she accepted The Warrior,
you love me? You really love me, don't you write?
When everybody's standing applotting for when she won the Oscar? Right?
Was that it?

Speaker 2 (06:30):
I thought that was something later?

Speaker 4 (06:32):
Was that later?

Speaker 1 (06:34):

Speaker 4 (06:34):
But I mean it was that that was her first
Oscar win, right, I mean it must have been the
biggest moment of her career.

Speaker 2 (06:41):
No, yeah, I think that was a different acceptance speech though,
like for a different Oscar.

Speaker 5 (06:46):
Christopher has a basket of clothes he is carrying and
Lurla stops to go through it. She sees a shirt
that Chris has and accuses him of stealing it, and
Laura Lai says, this is my Police Synchronicity T shirt.
I've been missing this for twenty two years. Synchronicity is
the fifth album by the British rock band The Police.
The album includes hit singles every Breath You Take, King

of Pain, Wrapped Around Your Finger and did you Know.
Despite their relatively short time together as a band, they
achieved remarkable success. They have sold over seventy five million records,
making them one of the best selling bands of all time.

Speaker 2 (07:22):
Lucy and Olivia read Rory's article and have some commentary.
Rory says it's mean. Lucy says sort of. Lynn Hirschberg meets,
I don't know, someone really mean, and Rory said, actually,
I think that was Olivia that said that, not Lucy.
But Rory says, what, no, No, I'm frand Liebowitz. It's
supposed to be fun, frothy, lighthearted satire, social anthropology. I'm

Tama Janowitz and Olivia says, a mean Tamma Janowitz. Lynn
Hirschberg is a journalist who has written for Rolling Stone,
Vanity Fair, and The New York Times, and currently w magazine.
Frand Liebowitz is an author and public speaker who is
known for her cynical social commentary on American life. And
Tama Janowitz is a novelist and short story writer. Did

you know? Lynn Hirstberg wrote a piece for Vanity Fair
about Courtney Love where the article contained factual errors, one
of them misrepresenting Courtney's heroin use.

Speaker 4 (08:16):
Hmm, well, isn't that interesting that? Well?

Speaker 3 (08:24):
Luke is at the hospital with April and is switching
through TV channels. He then stops when he sees the
black and white film The Philadelphia Story starring Carry Grant
and Catherine Hepburn. So In the scene, Carrie Grant says,
two years ago, I did you out of a wedding
in this house by eloping to Maryland. This is significant
because at the end of season six, Lorelei says to

Luke let's Elope in Maryland, and Luke at the time
didn't know what she meant. When he returned to win
her back and said, I heard you mentioned Maryland or something. Now,
after seeing this scene, it reminded him of Lorelei and
he knows where she got it from. It makes him
sad because he knows Laurai is now married to Chris
and did you know. According to Reddit fans, they say

the premise of The Philadelphia Story is parallel to the
story of Luke and Loralai. In the film, Tracy, who's
from an aristocratic family, is getting married to George, another
wealthy type. Another wealthy type who she doesn't really love.
Her ex husband, Dexter, who's not part of the old
money click turns up and at the end the scene

we see in Gilmore Girls, Tracy decides to marry Dexter
again instead of George. The parallels are Tracy is Loralai,
George is Christopher, and Dexter is Luke. That was in depth.

Speaker 4 (09:44):
Yeah, I know right, I think I got the better
character name than Dexter. I agree. That's going to wrap
it up for this brief version of pop culture. It
was short, but it was sweet, wasn't it, folks. Next
episode se An episode nine Knit, People Knit. Thank you ladies,
Susan and French Daniel, Romo, Tara sud And we will

see you next time. And remember, best fans on the planet.
We love you, guys, keep the cards, letters coming, and
always never forget. Does that make any sense at all?
Always never forget that we.

Speaker 1 (10:23):
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Speaker 4 (10:56):
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